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Full text of "Modern living homes."

WEBBER LUMBER CO 



Phone 3631 



ATLANTA, ILL. 



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Long, low and modern are the prime requisites of today's home 
buying public. Thus, every home illustrated in this colorful 
book has been designed and engineered by specialists to give 
you, the prospective home builder, the benefit of "Rambler" 
convenience, beauty, efficiency and individuality. 

Note the many modern living conveniences and features that 
these beautiful and tremendously popular one-story homes 
offer. The majority of them provide a wealth of sunlight and 
ventilation through use of picture, bay and corner windows. 
Homes of this type are singularly adapted to the many modern 
advancements in millwork and other building materials. While 
each has a decided individuality of its own, all have three 
things in common . . . attractiveness, economy and efficiency. 
The prime factors, economy and efficiency in construction, are 
achieved by: 

( 1 ) Efficient engineering of the plans for use of stock 
lumber sizes, standard materials and equipment. 

(2) Dimensioning of plans for use of framing lumber in 
even lengths, thereby minimizing material and labor 
waste. 

(3) Engineering for the use of modular millwork and 
other modular coordinate products. 

As you scan through the pages, study the designs and floor 
plans carefully for we are almost certain that somewhere in 
this book you will find the home of your choice . . . the home 
you will be proud to own. And remember, our entire service 
is at your disposal. 

We gladly welcome the opportunity to counsel with you in 
the planning and building of your new home. All information 
regarding materials and construction costs is yours for the 
asking. And, naturally, our home planning service includes 
numerous other home designs and ideas that have been created 
to meet your living needs. 



Let's talk it over 
Department! 



come in and visit our Home Planning 



Copyright 1953 Published by Nolionol Plan Service, Inc. Printed in U.S.A. 



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-Vie^ LIVING JUST FOR YOU! 





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Plan 2, with Basement 



Note how the front and rear elevations of the twin 
homes pictured above illustrate "toward the street" 
and "garden-view" living as you like it. A 
terrace adds to the charm of this three- 
bedrocm design. 

DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1 & 2-1120 sq. ft. 
Garage and Porch Area, Plan 1 — 384 
sq. ft.; Plan 2-352 sq. ft. CUBAGE, 
Plan 1-16,408 cu. ft.; Plan 2-23,114 
cu. ft. 



Plan 1, with Utility 
Room, No Basement 




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Plan 1, without Basement 

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Featuring five rooms and providing six-room 
efficiency plus an attached garage, this modern 
ranch design is ideal for the larger family. 
Each of the three bedrooms has more than ade- 
quate closet space and corner window styling. 
The kitchen is planned for every convenience 
and includes an ample size snack area. Note 
how the picture window adds extra charm to 
the beautiful living-dining area which features 
a unique corner fireplace. 



Plan 2, with Basement 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1,373 sq. ft.; Plan 2-1,350 sq. ft. Garage 
Area, Plan 1 & 2-240 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 1-17,528 cu. ft.; 
Plan 2-24,735 cu. ft. 






AND MASONRY ADD MORE CHARM TO THIS TWO-BEDROOM HOME 



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Planned for modern living, this five-room home 
with garage has many appealing features. In 
addition to the well-ventilated bedrooms, one 
of which is large enough to accommodate twin 
beds, there is a dining room convenient to the 
efficiently planned kitchen. An added touch 
of beauty and comfort is provided by a natural 
fireplace in the large living room. 




Plan 1, without Basement 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1,118 sq. ft.; 
Plan 2—1,078 sq. ft. Garage Area, 
Plan 1 & 2-253 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 
1 — 16,752 cu. ft.; Plan 2-22,743 cu. ft. 





GcPideH-View^ living plus den or dining room a 




Plan 1, without Basement 



A fireplace makes any 

home more cheerful, 

more inviting. 




This beautiful home, with attached garage, features a large living 
room facing both the front lawn and rear garden. In addition, the 
room adjacent to the modern kitchen, with snack area, may be 
used as den, dining room, or spare bedroom. 





Plan 2, with Basement 



DATA 



LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1188 sq. ft.; Plan 2-1092 
sq. ft. Porch and Garage Area, Plan 1 & 2—378 
sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 1-18,816 cu. ft.; Plan 2- 
24,167 cu. ft. 








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Ah AU-Pi4AypMS ROOM FOR CONVENIENCE 



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The all-purpose room adds to the 
utility of this modern two-bed- 
room home. Use it as playroom, 
TV room, den, guest room, or 
as a study as suggested above. 

DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1 140 sq. ft.; Plan 2- 
1087 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 1-13,463 cu. ft.; 
Plan 2-19,389 cu. ft. 




Plan 1, without Basement 



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LIVING ROOM 
16'-0"xl8'-2" 



BED ROOM 
13'-2"xl1'-7" 




Plan 2, with Basement 




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Here is a fine example of modern flat top styling 
that is becoming popular for town or country living. 
The large living-dining area, with natural fireplace, 
is located at the rear of the home for the enjoyment 
of garden-view living with privacy. Two bedrooms, 
with ample closet space, are included in this plan. 
And the kitchen with its efficient working area and 
snack space is certain to please the lady of the house. 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1,110 sq. ft.; Plan 2-1,033 sq. 
ft. Garage Area, Plan 1 & 2-305 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 
1-11,100 cu. ft.; Plan 2-16,790 cu. ft. Garage, Plan 
1 & 2-2,745 cu. ft. 



FOR TOWN OR COUNTRY 







Plan 1, without Basement 




Plan 2, with Basement 




Pla44MUia <m a three-bedroom home? 



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BED ROOM 

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BED, ROOM 
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BED ROOM 
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BED ROOM 
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LIVING ROOM 
22'-6"*12'-0" 






Designed to stand out in any community, this five- 
room ranch home provides six-room efficiency at no 
extra cost. Note the convenient arrangement of 
living-dining area and modern kitchen. Of course, the 
snack space adds to the utility of the "U" planned 
kitchen. The front projecting wing not only contains 
the master bedroom, but also adds unusual beauty 
and styling to the entire house. A combination of 
vertical siding and shingles on the exterior, sheltered 
entrance and attached garage complete this picture 
of living as you like it. 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1,307 sq. ft.; Plan 2-1,210 sq. ft. 
Porch Area, Plan 1 & 2—91 sq. ft. Garage Area, Plan 1 
—242 sq. ft.; Plan 2-276 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 1-19,416 
cu. ft.; Plan 2-25,596 cu. ft. 



Plan 2, with Basement 



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Ranch tstulmq and three bedrooms 



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LIVING ROOM 

18'-6"x12'-7" BED ROOM 

11'-0"x9'-1" 




BED ROOM 
r-2"xl5'-l" 





45'-0" 



Plan 1, 

without 

Basement 



Plan 2, with Basement 



Glass doors in 
dining room 
open onto the 
garden terrace. 
Redwood siding 
adds ranch char- 
acter. 





DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1 or 2-1,167 sq ft. 
CUBAGE, Plan 1-14,466 cu. ft.; Plan 2— 
21,630 cu. ft. 





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DESIGN FOR THE AVERAGE FAMILY 



This home features three bedrooms, a living room-dining 
area and a modern kitchen with adequate snack space. 
Note hew masonry and shingles are used to enhance 
the exterior. 



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GARAGE 
ll'-2"x2f-2" 



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Plan 2, with Basement 





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ROOM 6'-8"x7'6" 


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H'-2"x23'-2" 



Plan 1, 

without Basement 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-952 sq. ft.; Plan 2 
—942 sq. ft. Garage Area, Plan 1—288 
sq. ft.; Plan 2-264 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 
1-1 2,059 cu. ft.; Plan 2-17,363 cu. ft. 
Garage Area, Plan 1—2880 cu. ft.; Plan 
2-2640 cu. ft. 




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Modern in every respect, this design features 
three bedrooms, living-dining area with, natural 
fireplace and an "L" shape kitchen designed to 
save time and work. A snack space is also in- 
cluded in the modern kitchen. And, naturally, 
there is ample closet space, not only in the bed- 
rooms, but throughout the entire house. Then, 
too, note the simple styling of the exterior of 
this gable roof design. It can be yours with or 
without basement. 



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Plan 2, with Basement 



Plan 1, 
No Basement 




DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1 & 2-1,326 sq. ff. Garage Area, 
Plan 1 & 2-246 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 1-18,920 cu. ft.; 
Plan 2-27,195 cu. ft. 



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Plan Available Only As Shawn 



If tri-level design strikes your fancy then here's the 
home for you. The garage and utility room form the 
first level of this unique design. The second level, that 
portion of the house shown on the right hand of the 
illustration, contains a large living-dining area and 
beautifully planned "L" shape kitchen. A short flight 
of stairs lead to the third level which includes a bath 
and three well-ventilated bedrooms. Of course, ade- 
quate closet space is included. 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, 1,048 sq. ft. CUBAGE, 15,400 cu. ft. 



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FUTURE SECOND 
FLOOR ADDITION 





A practical four room house for the average family, 
this design permits the addition of two bedrooms and 
bath in the upstairs area as needed. Note the unique 
fireplace arrangement shown in floor plan. 

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57'-0' 




THIS PLAN AVAILABLE WITH 
BASEMENT ONLY 

DATA 

LIVING AREA, First Floor— 975 sq. ft.; Future Sec- 
ond Floor, 486 sq. ft. Breezeway and Garage 
Area— 418 sq. ft. CUBAGE, House-1 9,968 cu. ft.; 
2381 cu. ft. if second floor is included. Breezeway 
and Garage Area— 3286 cu. ft. 





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GARAGE 

H'-3"x2l'-2" 



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BED ROOM '■ 
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LIVING ROOM 
16'-Q"xl2'-2" 



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Plan 2, with Basement 
DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1146 sq. ft.; Plan 2-1038 sq. 
ft - Garage Area, Plan 1 & 2-253 sq. ft. CUBAGE, 
Plan 1 — 17,186 cu. ft.; Plan 2-21,727 cu. ft. 



A study of the floor plan will convince you that this 
six room dream home is designed to meet today's living 
needs. One of its many notable features is the den 
which may be used as an extra bedroom. 



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UTILITY 

ROOM 

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GARAGE 
U'-6"x21'-2" 



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Plan 1, with Utility Room, 
No Basement 




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This neat and cozy four room brick house, with attached 
garage, provides every convenience for comfortable 
Hving. Ample closet space is provided for each of the 
two bedrooms. And the kitchen is designed to make 
life easier for Mrs. Housewife. Snack space is included 
in the kitchen area also. The exterior, as you can easily 
see, is a thing of beauty. 



Plan 1, without Basement 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1,073 sq. ft.; Plan 2-963 sq. ft 
Garage Area, Plan 1—291 sq. ft.; Plan 2—266 sq 
CUBAGE, Plan 1-12,900 cu. ft.; Plan 2-17,821 cu 
Garage, Plan 1-3,056 cu. ft.; Plan 2-2,793 cu. ft 




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N BRICK PLUS THREE BEDROOMS 



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If brick construction is a "must" for you, then here's 
a home to consider. The three bedrooms are well-ven- 
tilated and possess ample closet space. And, of course, 
the kitchen is modern in every respect. Another appeal- 
ing feature is the convenient entry and guest closet that 
is an integral part of the spacious living area. And, last 
but not least, the exterior is a picture of beauty in brick 
contrasted with the wood gables. 





Plan 2, with Basement 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1,157 sq.- ft.; Plan 2-1,140 sq. ft. 

Garage Area, Plan 1-300 sq. ft.; Plan 2-266 sq. ft. 

CUBAGE, Plan 1-13,906 cu. '.ft.; Plan 2-21,112 cu. ft. 
Garage, Plan 1-3,150 cu. ft.; Plan 2-2,793 cu. ft. 



Plan 1, without Basement 



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A natural fireplace in the home plus an outdoor fireplace, protected by a 
large porch, are a few of the desirable features of this design. The use of 
stone with vertical and horizontal siding adds exterior beauty. 




Plan 1, without Basement 




DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1,224 sq. ft.; Plan 2 
— 1,179 sq. ft. Garage Area, Plan 1-270 
sq. ft.; Plan 2—230 sq. ft. Porch Area, Plan 
1 & 2-187 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 1-20,080 
cu. ft.; Plan 2—25,075 co. ft. 



46'-6" 




LIVING 

ROOM 

15'-4"x20'-5" 



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Plan 2, with Basement 



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i LIVING PLEASURE AND CHARM OF THESE TWO BEDROOM HOMES 



45'-0" 




Plan 2, with Basement 



Plan 1, with 
Utility Room, 
No Basement ' ^ 



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In addition to two bedrooms and natural fire- 
place, this modern home provides a spacious 
living room, dining room and ample kitchen area. 





DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1 & 2-1180 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 
1-15,380 cu. ft.; Plan 2-22,714 co. ft. 



42'0" 







Practical design throughout, this neat home assures 
every living comfort for the small family. The rear 
porch area, accessible from the living room, is ideal 
for summer living and can be glazed or screened as 
desired. 




Plan 1, with Basement 



Plan 1, with 

Utility Room, 

No Basement 




DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1059 sq. ft.; Plan 2-1049 sq. ft. 
Porch Area, Plan 1—125 sq. ft.; Plan 2—135 sq. ft. CUBAGE, 
Plan 1-16,011 cu. ft.; Plan 2-21,015 cu. ft. 

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'id&Wi ADDS BEAUTY TO THIS THREE-BEDROOM HOME 




Plan 2, with Basemen! 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1,215 sq. ft.; Plan 2 
1,065 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 1-15,092 cu. ft.; 
Plan 2-19,986 cu. ft. 




UTILITY 
H KITCHEN 9'-0;*_8;2" .. 



□i 15'-2"xll'-8 
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Plan 1, without Basement 



Here is a home you will be proud to call your own. The generous use of 
windows throughout the entire house assures the maximum of light and 
ventilation for every room. Ample closet space is provided in each of the 
three bedrooms. And note how the efficiently planned kitchen includes a 
dining space for the convenience of the lady of the house. A final touch 
of beauty is provided in the living room by a cleverly arranged entrance, 
guest closet and picture window. 




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KITCHEN 
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l2'-10"xll'-6" 




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Plan 1, with Utility Room, 
No Basement 



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Plan 2, 
with Basement 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1,169 sq. ft.; Plan 2- 
1,128 sq. ft. Garage Area, Plan 1 & 2—240 
sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 1-19,715 cu. ft.; Plan 2 
—24,600 cu. ft. 



Both of these home designs, with attached garage, have 
the same floor plan. Vertical and horizontal siding has 
been used to advantage on the exteriors of both designs. 
Each exterior is equally attractive and practical and a 
choice is given so that you may choose the one to your 
liking and most suitable for the neighborhood in which 
you intend to build. Be sure to specify Design A or B, 
and Plan 1 or 2. 




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^b&Uamd jj&l CORNER LOT LIVING, FEATURING THREE BEDROOMS! 



This five room home actually has the efficiency of six. Note 
how the dining area, snack space and step-saving kitchen face 
the side lawn. In the event only two bedrooms are needed, 
the bedroom adjacent to the kitchen can be used as den or 
guest room. 






Plan 1, without Basement 



Plan 2, with Basement 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1 & 2-988 
sq. ft. Utility and Garage Area, 
Plan 1—426 sq. ft. Breezeway 
and Garage Area, Plan 2—398 
sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 1-12,844 
cu. ft.; Plan 2, 18,772 cu. ft. 
Utility and Garage, Plan 1 — 
4,092 cu. ft. Breezeway and Ga- 
rage Area, Plan 2—3,376 cu. ft. 



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Make YOURSELF AT HOME IN THIS TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 



Here's a home designed to give the prospect the 
maximum in living comfort for his building dollars. 
Note the huge living-dining area which, spacious as 
it is, is increased during many months of the year by 
the porch which may be screened or glazed. Finished 
in vertical siding and wood shingles, the charming 
exterior of this rambling home is complemented by 
the colorful entrance door. 



Plan 2, with Basement 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1,113 sq. 
ft.; Plan 2-1,036 sq. ft. CUBAGE, 
Plan 1-15,335 cu. ft.; Plan 2- 
19,710 cu. ft. 




Plan 1, without Basement 
21 



Ifom Id U Aavmm? _ then here's just the home for you! 




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Designed exclusively for narrow lot site, and providing 
six-room efficiency, this three-bedroom home has all 
the desirable ranch type features. In addition to a large 
living room and a well planned kitchen with dining 
space, a central hall serving all rooms adds to the con- 
venience of this design. A glance at the exterior shows 
how horizontal siding and brick blend to add more 
beauty to the entire home. 




A Small Jlame- planned for comfortable living 



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Featuring three bedrooms, a kitchen-dining area and a 
generous size living room, this smart looking little home 
is certain to meet the living requirements of the two- 
child family. And note the up-to-the-minute exterior 
styling of this design that can be yours with or without 
basement. 




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y<m'U£njOU THIS MODERN TWO BEDROOM HOME 





A large living room with fireplace, a well-planned kitchen- 
dining area make comfort the keynote of this design. As a 
final touch of beauty, the ever popular white exterior is 
highlighted by color of roof and door. 

48'-6" 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1 & 2-945 sq. ft. 
Garage Area, Plan 1—276 sq. ft.; Plan 2— 
241 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 1-17,130 cu. ft.; 
Plan 2-21,490 cu. ft. 





Plan 1, without Basement 



GARAGE 

11'-0"x20'-0" 



Plan 2, with Basement 



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Modem %eAicjn with every living comfort 





Plan 1, without Basement 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1 & 2-1088 sq. ft. Porch 
Area, Plan 1 & 2—112 sq. ft. Breezeway Area, 
Plan 1 & 2—96 sq. ft. Garage Area, Plan 1 — 
228 sq. ft.; Plan 2-264 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 
1—14,300 cu. ft.; Plan 2—20,800 cu. ft. Breeze- 
way, Plan 1 & 2—430 cu. ft. Garage, Plan 1 
-2,880 cu. ft.; Plan 2-2,640 cu. ft. 



Here, in this compactly designed two bedroom home, the 
den doubles as guest room, and the dining area, although 
a part of the living area, is definitely separated. Garden- 
view living is, of course, a main feature of this low hip- 
roof ranch type plan. 




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9'-6"x11'-0" 



PORCH 
18'-3"x5'-0" 



HALL LIVING ROOM 
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9 entry DINING KITCHEN \i 

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Plan 2, with Basement 



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The window treatment of this home is an 
example of how the right combination of 
glass adds to the beauty of any design. In 
addition to the three bedrooms, the living- 
dining area extends the full width of the 
house, opening on a large porch at the rear. 

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Plan 1, without Basement 




DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1 & 2-1,234 sq. ft. Porch 
Area, Plan 1 & 2-63 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 1 
-16,970 cu: ft.,- Plan 2-23,140 cu. ft. 



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THE SMART EXTERIOR OF THIS THREE-BEDROOM HOME 



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IIVINC ROOM 
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ENTRY 

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Plan 1, without Basement 



A large terrace adds a touch of 
outdoor living, a place to relax. 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1,283 sq. ft.; Plan 2 
-1,181 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 1-17,728 cu. 
ft.; Plan 2— 23, 274 cu. ft. 




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Skillful handling of vertical and horizontal siding with 
brick resulted in the attractive and individual exterior of 
this design. Also notice how Plan 1, without basement, 
features the "U" shape kitchen and Plan 2 the "L" shape. 
Both plans, however, provide a large dining space. 





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BED ROOM 
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Plan 2, with Basement 



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A Modem tf-iA&place adds 

TO THE CHARM OF THIS HIP ROOF DESIGN! 



Note the convenient, practical room arrangement of 
this three-bedroom ranch type home, with bedroom 
wing accessible from both kitchen and reception hall. 
A modern high-hearth fireplace as illustrated at right 
is the focal point of the living-dining area. 



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DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1218 sq. ft.; Plan 2-1151 sq ft. 
Porch Area, Plan 1-153 sq. ft.; Plan 2-139 sq. ft. CUBAGE, 
including porches, Plan 1-15,990 cu. fr.; Plan 2-22,120 
cu. ft. 





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Clean, simple exterior lines make this home ideal for 
any community. In addition to the three bedrooms, 
careful planning has provided a large living room, 
with natural fireplace, a dinette and a step-saving 
kitchen. 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1-1061 sq. ft.; Plan 2-1101 sq. ft. 
Covered Porch Area, Plan 1 & 2—103 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 
1-15,680 cu. ft.; Plan 2-22,225 cu. ft. 



Plan 1, 
No Basement S 





A suggested styling for corner 

china cabinets featured in 

the dinette. 





A Vewiace complements the garden-view styling of this design 



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UTILITY 

11'-0"x7'-0" H £) 



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KITCHEN 

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BED ROOM 

l2'-0"x10'-1l"j 

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DINING r-i 
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The clever use of horizontal and vertical siding in con- 
junction with brick provides a distinctive appearance for 
this ranch home. Combining the dining area with the 
living room permits the use of a living area which runs 
the entire depth of the house. The large terrace is a 
"living as you like it" feature that adds to the comfort 
of this beautiful home. 



1 40'-0" 



I ! 

BED ROOM 
12'-0"'x1l'-0" 



Plan 1, without Basement 



DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1 & 2-1,075 sq. ft. CUBAGE, 
Plan 1-15,050 eu. ft.;' Plan 2-20,695 cu. ft. 




Plan 2, with Basement 



30 





^aAe l/owi Choice - three) exteriors for the same basic plan 



W435 



If you are in the market for a four-room 
home providing five-room efficiency, plus 
an exterior to meet your individual taste, 
then here it is! Design A features gable 
roof and horizontal siding on the exterior. 
Flat top design with vertical and hori- 
zontal siding is the keynote of Design B. 
Brick exterior and gable roof highlights 
Design C. And note how the picture 
window adds to the charm of each home. 



28'-0" 





DESIGN A 



Plan 1, without Basement 



AVERAGE DATA 

LIVING AREA, Designs A, B & C, Plan 1 & 2-784 sq. ft. CUBAGE, 
Plan 1, Designs A & C-10,192 cu. ft.; Plan 1, Design B-8,232 cu. 
ft. Plan 2, Designs A & C- 14,896 cu. ft.; Plan 2, Design B- 13,328 
cu. ft. 




DESIGN B 




28'-0 ' 



DESIGN C 




Plan 2, with Basement 



31 




W-375 




2w<kma FOR RANCH STYLING? TRY THIS! 



A garden-view living room, dining space and an 
efficiently planned kitchen with snack space, make 
this a dream home for town or country living. 
Study it carefully. 





41'0" 



12'-0" 




BED ROOM 

□bai 

,15-2 3° 



Plan 1, without Basement 



32 



Plan 2, with Basement 
DATA 

LIVING AREA, Plan 1 & 2—900 sq. ft. Garage Area, 
Plan 1 & 2-275 sq. ft. CUBAGE, Plan 1-14,580 cu. 
ft.; Plan 2-19,300 cu. ft. 




INDEX 



TO 70 EXCITING 
HOMES 



Design 
Number 


No. of 
Bedrooms 


Attached 
Garage 


Page 


W-339 


3 


No 


29 


W-351 


2 


No 


17 


W-356 


2 


No 


17 


W-375 


2 


Yes 


32 


W-376 


3 


No 


26 


W-377 


2 


Yes 


19 


W-378 


2 


.......No 


21 


W-379 


2 


Yes 


16 


W-380 


3 


No 


27 


W-382 


2 


Yes 


24 


W-383 


2 


No 


30 


W-397 


3 


No 


8 


W-398 


3 


Yes 


25 


W-399 


3 


No 


5 


W-400 


3 


No 


28 


W-423 


3 


Yes 


1 


W-424 


3 


Yes 


4 


W-425 


3 


Yes 


20 


W-426 


4 


Yes 


....... 12 


W-427 


3 


Yes 


9 


W-428 


3 


No 


18 


W-429 


3 


Yes 


10 


W-430 


3 


Yes 


7 


W-431 


3 


Yes 


2 


W-432 


3 


Yes 


15 


W-433 


3 


Yes 


13 


W-434 


3 


Yes 


11 


W-435 


2 


No 


31 


W-436 


2 


Yes 


14 


W-437 


2 


Yes 


6 


W-438 


3 


No 


23 


W-439 


3 


No 


22 


W-440 


2 


Yes 


3 




BUILDING A NEW HOME is a thrilling experience, 
the adventure of a lifetime from the seed of an idea to 
the actual moment you cross the threshold of the finished 
house. In short, your home is a reflection of your individ- 
ual tastes and, of course, an investment for which you 
naturally expect the utmost in comfort, appearance, econ- 
omy and home ownership satisfaction. 

TO ASSURE this happy ending, we strongly recommend 
the use of carefully made, accurate blueprint working 
plans. It is essential, safe and economical to first "construct" 
the house on paper. Accurate plans and specifications 
must be submitted to a loaning agency for approval when 
you apply for a mortgage loan on your new home. 

IN THE INTERESTS of sound and better home con- 
struction, each design in this book was engineered by 
architects and technicians experienced in specialized fields 
of home planning. This is your assurance that plans are 
accurate and clearly define every detail. 

OUR BLUEPRINT PLANS include the following com- 
plete drawings for each design: Basement or foundation 
plan; floor plans; front, rear, and side elevations; complete 
framing plans; wall sections and all necessary details. 

REVERSED PLANS. Perhaps your home should face 
the opposite direction. A plan designed for a lot facing 
east will not result in the best exposure when your lot 
fronts west. Therefore, plans of homes as illustrated in 
this book are available either as shown or reversed, as 
may be required. 

SPECIFICATIONS are 

statements of particulars 
which tell what you are going 
to receive in materials and 
workmanship. Blank specifi- 
cation forms and contract 
forms are included with blue- 
print plans. 




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